The 4-day Lunar New Year holiday will begin on Friday, the 27th. While many will be migrating back to their hometown, staying in Seoul doesn't mean 'boring' if you know where to go and what to do in the city. Make the most out of this extended weekend with this list of events and places!
If you’re staying in town for the upcoming Seollal holiday, give these places a visit with your family or friends.
What's open during Seollal? You've still got a plenty of options — pick a neighborhood and dine out to celebrate the Lunar New Year with your loved ones.
For some, these are a story-filled taste of home that they miss especially during holidays. For others, they're delectable and refreshing options that, fortunately, exist within Seoul. Take this holiday to experience the best of Korean cuisine that you haven't explored yet!